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MsDenuninani Posts: 3,962 Registered: 3/16/07
Re: POOP ON THE OFFICE FLOOR?! U CAN'T BE SERIOUS!! NOT MAKING THIS UP!!
Posted: May 14, 2008 3:40 PM

Regarding the post above, lots of times elderly people don't have good control over their bowels. 

A family member of mine had a stroke and one of the side effects of a stroke can be incontinence.  Once, wearing an adult diaper and a pair of sweatpants, she had an accident and it was explosive, gross, and I had to clean it up.   Getting old sucks. I bet that elderly woman above probably was embarassed, but at this point can't do much about it.  My grandfather was at my wedding for only a short time; he left soon after the ceremony.  My dad suspects it's because he was worried he might have an accident.

Anyways, none of this has anything to do with Poopgate 08!

Yeah, I bet it was someone who purposefully did it just outside the security camera's range.  And someone who did as a "joke."  Or a member of the cleaning crew.  It's really bizarre, but I've heard of people doing stuff like this.  Usually, though, I've heard it coming from someone with mental issues.  I have a friend in retail who once had to hire someone to clean a feces-smeared dressing room.  She's pretty sure it was a customer who was not quite all there, if you know what I mean. 

Getting back to poopgate, that is gross.  But funny.  If it happened in my office, I'd still be laughing my butt off.


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